Crocodile snapping turtles do not exist. Only Alligator snapping turtles do.
Yes. Adult snapping turtles will eat baby snapping turtles.
No snapping turtles do not 'eat' people, they may bite at them though.
Snapping turtles eat seaweed or things we eat like: vegetables
snapping turtles eat frogs, newts and other small amphibians. what ever fits in their mouth they will eat
Snapping turtles can certainly eat bread.
Snapping turtles eat mostly fish.
Yes, frogs are a common part of the snapping turtles diet.
If snapping turtles have salt the tongue of the snapping turtle will dry out and the turtle will have no interest to eat.
Fresh water turtles like map turtles do eat small fish, snails, etc:
the Atlantic sting ray eats snapping turtles
no they eat you.
Now That's Just Stupid. Snapping Turtles Are Carnivores, Not Herbivores.
Yes, many turtles, especially the carnivorous species such as snapping turtles, will eat smaller turtles.
Yes, many larger predatory species of turtle such as snapping turtles are known to eat smaller turtles.
alligators might eat little snapping turtles I think. Also Large fish may eat small ones.
snapping turtles eat cut up worms and grasshoppers and any insect.
A crocodile or a alligator will eat a snapping turtle
Well, they certainly don't cook them first. Snapping turtles are omnivores and will eat just about anything they can catch.
Alligator snapping turtles eat fish, frogs, toads, turtles, snakes, lizards, and ducks.
Snapping turtles will try to eat anything it can get its jaws on. (Be careful with your fingers!) But I would recommend feeding it bugs and meat. I would also recommend not having a snapping turtle as a pet, since they are aggressive.